Re: Wandering Tattlers at Caloundra

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Subject: Re: Wandering Tattlers at Caloundra
From: "Carl Corden" <>
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 16:51:54 +1000
Thanks Bob!  Having just started working in Caloundra, I couldn't resist 
popping out to Caloundra Head for a quick look at (and possibly photos of) the 
Wandering Tattlers.  I managed to find 5 birds almost immediately, feeding in 
the surf zone on the falling tide at about 4pm this afternoon.  I also found a 
lone Common Tern among a small flock of Crested Terns roosting on the rocks 

I am happy to email photos of the Tattlers and the Common Tern to anyone whose 
interested.  They aren't great quality, but they are good enough for 
identification purposes.


Carl Corden

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